Continuing Education Programs - Thai Massage
Introduction to Thai Massage: Table Techniques 1
with Al Turner II, LMT, NMT, RTT
1 day, 9:30am to 6:00pm, 8 credits, $175
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Happy, rejuvenated and more flexible
Thai Massage has become an increasingly in-demand technique for spas, resorts and fitness facilities. It can be fun, safe and extremely therapeutic as well as relaxing. Thai Massage (Thai Yoga massage or Thai body work) enhances flexibility, reduces muscle pain, relieves joint restrictions, softens fascia, and promotes rejuvenation and deep relaxation. This basic routine includes supine and seated positions covering the body; toe to head. We'll also look fundamental philosophies, history contraindications and benefits of this ancient healing art from Thailand. Leave happy and rejuvenated, more flexible and body aware with a comprehensive supine routine you can put into practice right away to benefit clients.
* Please bring comfortable and loose clothing that you can move in easily and prepare to work barefoot.